IGPOTY Last Call for Entries

October 27, 2009 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Competitions | 1 Comment |
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International Garden Photographer of the Year (IGPOTY) is reminding interested photographers that the submission deadline is getting closer and closer. You have until 30 November to enter your work. This year’s top prize is £5000 plus a Royal Photographic Society gold medal. Additionally - and uniquely among photography competitions - they offer every photographer who enters the chance to receive a personal email critique of their entry from the judges, once the winners are announced. There are seven categories, with awards for single images as well as portfolios. For more information and to enter, visit the website below.

Website: IGPOTY

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INTERNATIONAL GARDEN PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR

LAST CHANCE TO ENTER

This is the final call for entries to International Garden Photographer of the Year. Don’t miss the chance to be part of this prestigious competition.

Deadline – 30 November 2009

This year we have an outstanding range of awards on offer, including a top cash prize of £5000 plus a Royal Photographic Society gold medal.

Whether you win or not, IGPOTY has something to offer everyone. Uniquely among photography competitions, we offer every photographer who enters the chance to receive a personal email critique of their entry from the judges – (once the winners are announced.)

There are seven categories, with awards for single images as well as portfolios. For this year only there is a special award for the image that best portrays the ‘Spirit of the American Garden’.

For more information and to enter visit http://www.igpoty.com

The 2009 exhibition is currently on show at Kew’s country garden, Wakehurst Place, Sussex, until 14 February 2010.



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Thanks for reminder. I am fond of photography. But not the garden kind of photos. You have shared such a lot for those who are interested in this. Thanks

1:31 pm - Wednesday, October 28, 2009